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Newsletter for the Week of JUNE 3, 2019

Character Trait of the Months of May/June:  Integrity

Keep Your PromiseDo What You Say You Will DoAlways Be HonestDon't Speak Bad About Others


Happy Birthday!

06/03  Rudy Montes

06/04  Veronica Ramirez


Monday Morning Assembly Flag Salute-Ms. Prudencio


This Week

Monday, June 3

On Campus: Broome

All Day       Perfect Attendance Awards for grades 1-4 following Student of the Month times

All Day       Grades 2 & 3 drop off items to room 23

7:55           Morning Assembly


Tuesday, June 4

On Campus: Miles, Ricaflanca, Boskenbaum

All Day       Grades 4 & 5 drop off items to room 22

8:20           Power Readers:  Grades K & 1

8:55           Power Readers:  Grades 2 & 3

9:30           Power Readers:  Grades 4 & 5


Wednesday, June 5

On Campus:  Ricaflanca, Gordon


Thursday, June 6

On Campus:  Miles, Ricaflanca, Broome, Petticord

8:30           5th Grade Culmination


Friday, June 7

On Campus:  Miles, Ricaflanca

All Day       Minimum Day Dismissal @ 12:43


Saturday, June 8

8:30-12:30 Campus Open to Teachers


Farewell!  Best wishes and good health in your future endeavors!  You will always be part of the Noble family!

Samantha Barnea, 3rd Grade Teacher

Andres Lopez, Teacher Assistant


The Last Day of School
Thank you to each and every one of you for what you’ve done this school year to make it a successful one for the students. For some of our students we were the structure they needed. For others we were the genuine warmth and smiles they needed. As I reflect on my fifth year at Noble, I am grateful to work with a staff that continuously pours their heart and soul into not only providing on target instruction but also enriching students’ lives by participating in all our programs and events. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  Best wishes for a relaxing and rejuvenating summer surrounded by those you love and those who love you.


Measure EE

Measure EE is a local school funding parcel tax on the ballot in the June 4, 2019 special election.  It is a 16 cent per square foot local school funding parcel tax that will provide funding to attract and retain quality teachers and employees; reduce class sizes; support instructional programs; and provide safe, secure, clean, well-maintained, supportive, and welcoming schools.


Regardless of how you vote, we encourage you to make your voice heard in this June 4 special local school funding parcel tax election.


If you vote at the polls, make a plan to vote on Tuesday, June 4. Polls will be open from 7AM to 8PM.


To encourage civic engagement in the June 4 election, LAUSD is asking those eligible to vote in the special election to submit their pledge to vote on June 4 online.  Click here to pledge your vote.


For more information about Measure EE and the special election click here.


Materials to be Turned in to Room 23

*Unused workbooks for Benchmark Advance, My Math, Social Studies (Grades 3-5)

*Old Second Step Kits

*Literature Circle/Core Literature books/Scholastic and Benchmark Leveled Readers




As a reminder, during a lockdown students are not to leave the classroom.  If one elopes, notify the office and we will find them.  Your priority are the students in your class.  I hope that you and your colleagues locked your doors and pulled down the blinds during Thursday’s Lockdown.  Also, be prepared to create a make-shift restroom in your class.  If you need any supplies to create a make-shift restroom, please leave a note for Mr. De La Torre. 


LAUSD has its own police force that responds quicker than LAPD.  I encourage you to add the following contact to your cell phone:  School Police 213-625-6631.  Any stakeholder can call School Police at any time.


Lastly, this is a good time to discuss with your students what to do if you have an emergency in class, for example teacher fainting.  Explain the plan to students so they can be prepared and remind them monthly. 


I thank you for keeping our students calm during this event. 



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